Movie Reviews

Velai Illa Pattadhari 2 Movie Review: Watch to worth

Raghuvaran, the happy-go-lucky engineer, is forced to battle it out with Vasundhara Parameswaran, a powerful but arrogant owner of a construction company. Has he finally met his match? Velai Illa Pattadhari 2 or VIP 2 portrays the story. How do...

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Director Mickey Lemle takes you right up close with the Buddhist Santa Claus :the Dalai Lama

Montreal,August9:The thing you want from a documentary about his holiness the 14th Dalai Lama is the chance to get right up close to him, in the way that movies can do. You...

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Daniel Radcliffe is a man lost in the Amazon ,Greg McLean Jungle

New York,August9:More than a decade after premiering Wolf Creek in Melbourne, director Greg McLean has returned to the festival that made his name with Jungle. Based on the memoir by Yossi Ghinsberg, an Israeli man...

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Rectify’ features Adelaide Clemens starring psychological thriller, of young woman searching for separated twin sister

New York,August9:If Get Out was transplanted to Australia and had its sense of humor confiscated by customs, the result would surely look something like Rabbit. Making its debut in Melbourne but filmed in...

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Gao Zehao’s satire ,’To Kill a Watermelon’, a farmer’s growing awareness of the injustice ,reviewed at the Montreal World Film Festival

Beijing,August9:In his director’s notes, Gao Zehao describes his latest film as “a story about reawakening of a rebellious consciousness among people in the lowest rung of society.” The message comes...

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Marvel’s The Defenders tantalizes you to Charlie Cox, Krysten Ritter, Mike Coulter and Finn Jones superhero team in a besieged NYC

NewYork,August9:Full of martial arts mysticism, mayhem, sharp one-liners, comic relief and fight scenes that deliver exactly the punch you expect, the August 18 launching of Marvel’s The Defenders is a very watchable and...

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Jeannette Walls’ best-selling memoir The Glass Castle stars Brie Larson, Woody Harrelson and Naomi Watts

Los Angeles,August7:The ties that bind often embarrass or even shame, a near-universal reality that writer Jeannette Walls explored, unforgettably, through the extreme example of her childhood. Her book The Glass Castle —...

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‘CHUNKS’ Malayalam Movie Review- If You Loves adult jokes, Watch the movie

When a girl joins midway through the final academic year in an all-boys mechanical engineering department of an engineering college, all hell breaks loose. The boys are quick to anoint...

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Halle Berry stars as a desperate waitress mom in Luis Prieto’s thriller Kidnap

New York,August5:The limits of maternal instinct are relentlessly tested in Kidnap, a tightly wound actioner that draws on Halle Berry’s intense performance to power this fast-paced feature. Despite its rather generic...

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Jab Harry met Segal : Ordinary or Plagiarized

Mumbai,August4:If someone asks me to explain Imtiaz Ali’s latest outing ‘Jab Harry Met Sejal’ in one line then this philosophical quote by Rumi is perhaps the perfect answer. Yes, the...

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Review of Dark Tower:Watered-down, kids’-movie version of King-ly horror

 LA,August4:“The Dark Tower.” Inspired, in only the most generous sense of the word, by King’s violent, eight-volume, supernatural-western fantasy series, the film by Nikolaj Arcel (“A Royal Affair”) is a watered-down,...

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Ted Geoghegan’s Mohawk,takes us back to the quintessential western with a pinch of pulp

New York,August1: Ted Geoghegan’s Mohawk, brings us James Fenic Cooperesque like filmscape where Red Indian -american rivalry is put to the test of the audience .This 1814 tale of Native- versus...

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KRK’s movie review about ‘Tubelight’: Says it is a total disaster

Mumbai: Kamaal R Khan (Famely known as KRK) is well known for his infamous movie reviews. The review about SS Rajamouli’s Baahubali 2: The Conclusion gave him harsh response in...

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Tubelight Movie Review: A major disappointment from Salman Khan 

Bollywood star Salman Khan is not an actor, he is an emotion. Until he joined hands with director Kabir Khan, who has a flair for making war films in Bollywood,...

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Godha-Malayalam Movie Review

After the success (?) of Vineeth Sreenivasan starrer Kunjiramayanam, director Basil Joseph’s Godha grabbed the eyeballs right after the release of it’s first look poster. The primary reaction about the movie was- Oh!...

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Sarkar 3 Bollywood Movie Review

Cast: Amitabh Bachchan, Amit Sadh, Jackie Shroff, Manoj Bajpayee, Ronit Roy, Yami Gautam, Rohini Hattangari. Director: Ram Gopal Varma RGV’s Sarkar 3 doesn’t begin where the movie Sarkar Raj (2008)...

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